Awarding Winning Landscape Designer Eileen Kelly creates unique landscape and garden designs that provide year-round beauty and appeal for residences in Marin County, CA and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

Located in San Anselmo, CA, Dig Your Garden specializes in designing drought tolerant gardens that incorporate Mediterranean plants, Succulents and California Natives as well. Owner, lead designer, Eileen Kelly designs every garden to flourish throughout the seasons with color and texture, and incorporates eco-friendly techniques and resources. And has successfully replaced lawns with low-water alternatives and creative hardscaping ideas. Certified eco-friendly practitioner through Bay Friendly Gardening, and board member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD).

From garden consulting to detailed scaled landscape designs, planting plans, installation monitoring, and garden coaching, Dig Your Garden collaborates with homeowners to create unique design solutions while respecting the architecture of the residence and care for the environment. More details on our website; Please Like Us:

Services Provided
Landscape Design, Garden Consulting, Planting Plans, Scaled and Perspective (CAD 2D and SketchUp 3D), Lawn Replacement Alternatives, Maintenance Consulting. Contractor Referrals and Collaboration and Overseeing Installation. Speaking Engagements: Eileen Kelly also provides lectures and talks related to gardening and landscaping.

Areas Served
Throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and more locally in Marin County. Mill Valley, Sausalito, Larkspur, Tiburon, Mill Valley, Greenbrae, Kentfield, San Anselmo, Sleepy Hollow, San Rafael, Ross, Novato, Petaluma, San Francisco, Portola Valley, Belmont, and beyond.

Certifications and Awards
-Best of Houzz 2014
-Best of Houzz 2013
-Bay Friendly Certified
-Eco-friendly landscape practitioner
through Bay-Friendly Gardening.
Contact: Eileen Kelly
Location: By Appointment Only
San Anselmo, CA 94960
Commented: What material did you use on the slope to help retain the soil? Hello jndixon1, Thank you, this was challenging site. I recommended a variety of plants that are native, along with those that develop a strong root system and spreading growth habit to help with erosion,...
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Commented: Finish Thank you, and yes the contractor did a wonderful job installing this deck I designed. I believe the screws are just recessed, not color matched. The homeowner took care of the finish, so I'm sorry I...
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